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Oxford dictionary definition of the word staff:
1 [treated as singular or plural] all the people employed by a particular organization:
a staff of 600
hospital staff were not to blame
the teachers in a school or college:
a staff meeting
2 [treated as singular or plural] a group of officers assisting an officer in command of an army formation or administration headquarters:
the Polish General and his staff
after the Second World War he took up a string of staff appointments
(usually Staff)short for staff sergeant.
3a long stick used as a support when walking or climbing or as a weapon:
a shepherd’s staff
he adopted literature as the staff of his pilgrimage
a rod or sceptre held as a sign of office or authority.
short for flagstaff.
Surveying a rod for measuring distances or heights.
British a spindle in a watch.
British a token in the form of a rod given to a train driver as authority to proceed over a single-track line.
4 Musicanother term for stave (sense 2 of the noun).
provide (an organization, business, etc.) with staff:
legal advice centres are staffed by volunteer lawyers
(as adjective staffed)
all units are fully staffed
the staff of life
a staple food, especially bread.